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to more than 70 illnesses in 18 states including illinois and indiana and wisconsin. beef recall from the same states and 11 others associated press reporting tyson fresh meats recalling about 130,000 lbs. of ground beef that might be contaminated with e. coli. generic labeled beef look for the product code d 0 2 11 l w i all of the beef has a 73-27 lean to fat ratio it best before date of september 12th and to the number 245-d of the passages. family of the greatest chicago bear nfl hall of famer to walter payton offending his reputation tonight accusing him of using drugs a book lead into the life of infidelity for years "sweetness: the enigmatic life of walter payton" by jeff parliament recounts the personal life of walter payton regularly using heavy painkillers and affairs one after another one in particular present at all walter payton of fame induction. connie payton as the book details how to the wife and the mistress reportedly met after the ceremony at one point she looked into her eyes and said you can't have that he does not we want me or the children speaking to longtime
into the murders of five people in rural indiana the 46 year-old man was arrested tuesday in connection with a pharmacy hold up during an arrest indiana state police obtained information that linked him to the five people found dead sunday in rural franklin county jurors can expect more testimony today surrounding michael jackson's final moments as the conrad murray drought continues conrad murray is on trial for involuntary manslaughter he is accused of giving michael jackson a lethal dose of propofal murray's attorneys say that jackson killed himself when he took a combination of drugs while dr. murray was not in the rum yesterday's a security guard testified that conrad murray tried to resuscitate michael jackson as two of michael jackson's children hid in a corner and cried. >>dominique strauss-kahn and a french woman who was accused hummer rapeaccused him of rape gave statements to police in paris yesterday tristan banon claims that dominique strauss-kahn sexual assault of her in france to thousand three he claims her version of events is imaginary and is suing her for slander a
. jenna: from washington d.c. we take you out to indiana, new developments in the murders of five people there. police are questioning a career criminal, they describe now as a person of interest in the case. harris faulkner is at the breaking news desk. it looks like there might be a little bit of a break in the case, harris. >> reporter: what we're watching right now is that the sheriff is trying to calm everybody's nerves in franklin county, indiana in saying he feels that this was not a random bit of violence. he says that is important for the community to know that they are safe. this has sent shock waves through the community. you are looking at 46-year-old david isom. he was picked up tuesday evening after an investigation into an unrelated case. in the middle of interviewing this man they found some things that led them to believe they should search his home. that is 25 miles away from where the killings had happened. when they got to the scene the indiana police say they feel like they got some information that could link him to the five killings. it was a family of four and a n
weekly series "the contenders." live from his home in indiana, friday at 8:00 p.m. eastern. it a preview about him on the special website for the series, c-span.org/thecontenders. >> you should always start with an assumption if a politician or a ceo is saying something, they are not telling you the truth. they may be telling you the truth but the burden should be on them to prove it. >> he was an eagle scout, was briefly and editor of "mother jones" and created one of the three best-selling documentaries of all time, and his latest memoir is "here comes trouble." on "in-depth" you can call or tweet michael moore. then on october 3, the supreme court will start hearing oral arguments on whether states can be sued for failing to pay the required rate set by the medicaid act. on friday hear a similar case from 1990 arguing states cannot be sued by private parties to enforce medicaid compliance. arguing for the united states, supporting virginia governor wilder, the justice john roberts -- >> returning to the language of the statute. that language specified the state medicaid plan must prov
recall. tyson fresh meats is recalling 131,000 pounds of meat distributed in tennessee and indiana and maryland, delaware and 11 other states. first signs of a problem happened in ohio when family became ill with e.coli and it tested positive for the bacteria. >>> check your child's toy box. little tikes is recalling 1.7 million toy tool sets and trucks. they could choke -- kids could choke on the toy nails inside the trucks and they were recalled in august 2009. the nails and red and blue and have a large round head. parents are urged to take them away from their children and call little tikes about replacement parts. >>> this morning northwest baltimore and the community are reeling after a couple died in a fire in their home. we brought this to you yesterday morning on "good morning maryland." 79-year-old donald patterson was former assistant principal and his wife was a former principal. they were on the second floor of their home in the 2800 block of mohawk avenue when the fire started. they weren't able to get out in time. they died of smoke inhalation. >> they had bond toget
air causing showers across northern indiana. a lot will pass to the north, but as the frontal boundary comes through tonight into early saturday, there may be a brief shower with it. behind it, turning significantly cooler, and yes, it will be drier. dry air tonight, and probably fog free. a couple of spots because of so much moisture on the ground. if the skies are totally clear tonight with no wind, there could be patchy fog. the front coming through, and the much cooler air, and breezy. moderate showers with a few sprinkles or showers north and west of the city. some of the higher elevations, the highlands and the mountains of western pennsylvania and into west virginia, they may see their first snow flakes friday night and saturday, believe it or not. yes, it's almost that time. a quake look at the -- a quick look at the hurricane headed to the east of bermuda. by saturday or sunday they could get wind or rain out of it. it's just up to a minimal hurricane. it died, and now it has come back, and now it's still out there. west winds here at 5 to 10 knots. tonight, clear skies, for t
and indiana. a lot of rain. heavy rain. it's where the frontal boundary and that front is going to cool us down significantly over the next few days. tomorrow morning, temperature around 63 in washington. 62 in richmond. it's a lot cooler than we have been. look at saturday morning, a temperature of 63 in washington. most areas in the 40s especially to the west. we are in for much cooler air over the next couple days. there it is, the four-day forecast. 58 for a high on saturday with showers and yes, i think we will stay cloudy for saturday and for sunday. the extended forecast, though, wait until you see it. i'll show it to you at 6:00. >> can't wait for that. >>> well, dan is here with a redskins rewind. we are going back to the skins versus the rams. >> hey, dan. >> the redskins and rams this weekend. we are going to take a trip back in time to a lopsided playoff game. for the redskins fans, it was a good memory. it was a huge performance for darrel green during his rookie season. here is the latest edition of redskins rewind. new year's day, 1984, darrel no longer green. the los angele
is the strictest in the nation, stricter than arizona, utah, indiana and georgia. is that a fair representation of it? >> it is. that is what the spots are called. they're proud of that. one of the key things that the judge did was again a departure from what courts have done in arizona law and others allowing law enforcement to make traffic stops and in the course of the stop other other contact, determine a person's immigration status, other courts said no. that is -- let's stop and take a look at that. she looks and said congress is allowed for states to have a role in immigration enforce many. she didn't block the law. she aloud it to go forward. alabama officials saying tonight the law goes into affect tomorrow. >> greta: there are other things. she didn't allow some things. some of the things she did allow, she allowed the part in the statute requiring schools to check citizenship of the students and also, one of the things i thought was unusual she upheld a section nullify contracts knowingly introduced to with unauthorized aliens which i thought is broader than any other decision i've s
. matt shubert in indiana caught two friends on his camera. you're looking at derek welles and eric middleton. he sees two friends on his camera. he says, i've got to do something. he contacts the police, contacts social media, but then he takes pictures and uses it as his facebook profile. hey, everybody, do you know these guys? >> within 36 hours, i received more than 500 e-mails. it just kept blowing up going viral. >> here's the twist. jared welles and derek webbi webbington are childhood friends of matt shubert's kids. the suspects are arrested, but here's another twist on this facebook story. derek webbington's brother made a public wall post saying, quote, i want to apologize to matt and dawn for my brother's violation on your home. our family isn't like this. it has been a real blow to us. you never would have guessed my brother would have done something like this. >> their reaching out has been nothing but warm to us. >> facebook couldn't have worked better for them in this case. >> in that case, it worked great. >>> there is a song called "don't talk to the bus driver."
effects. >> yeah. we're talking about four states in all, utah, indiana, georgia and arizona, all passed similar laws, but none of them nearly as tough as the alabama law and all or parts of those laws he also been temporarily blocked by federal judges who have ruled that the states are overstepping the federal government's authority. but the federal judge in alabama, interestingly, she mad the opposite ruling, saying, in fact, that the states and the feds can work in tandem saying local officials have some inherent authority to assist in the enforcement of federal immigrationing laws, so long as the local government cooperates with the federal government. so now you have different federal judges giving different rulings which the experts say likely means the supreme court will ultimately decide this issue, shep. >> shep: there are other parts of this law in alabama that could go into effect later? >> yeah. because the judge temporarily blocked some key parts of this law because they didn't apparently compliment the federal government law, including some very tough provisions here that s
and -- the laws that have -- also passed in indiana and georgia. they have been blocked in part or entirely by federal judges. the difference here in alabama is this law is much more restrictive. it is more expansive. and that we now have a judge that's conflicted in the decision with the decisions that have been made in the other four states. the comparison to arizona's quite simple. it is a more restrictive, tougher, and potentially more divisive law than the one in arizona, pure and simple. if you look at the provisions you mentioned in the introduction, you know, governor brewer here in arizona could never identify what reasonable suspicion was in terms of what was undocumented or not. i'm sure the governor of alabama would ask the same question and would have a difficult time describing what this is. as it applies to children and our public school system, supreme court 30 years ago said that immigration status was not a status for primary education. decision by -- by this federal judge runs in conflict with that decision. all of the -- many of us feel this law is another harbinger of v
. research from indiana university find a clean house leads to more active people. house work is also a great way to burn calories. in just one hour, you can burn 300 calories scrubbing dishes. or 400 calories scrubbing floors. just a few around the house tips to help keep you in shape. >> all right did you -- do you feel fit when you do house work? >> i don't know about that. >> do you play music while you eat? >> no, i don't do that. do you? >> not typically, no. >> mirror in the bedroom? >> i do have a mirror in the bedroom. you're getting a little personal. i don't know about this. >> slipped that one in, right. >> i'm so smooth. on medicare with diabetes. you may be eligible for an upgraded meter. >> if you're tired of stabbing your fingertips to test your blood glucose, we have news that could change your life. if you're on medicare with diabetes, then you need to know there's an alternative method for checking your blood glucose every day. you don't need to stab your fingertips anymore. the embrace meter from diabetes care club is easier to use and nearly painless. and the best news is
market share indiana states will be a part with market share in other part of all. i also expecting more and more companies were dodging this worldwide. and i'd to believe that this will be a win-win-win situation for the u.s., for china, and also for worldwide economy. >> last word? >> i think that at national levels both governments will continue to do what they do now, which is managed each others' expectations and manage tension. i think it's important for china to increase transparency, particularly on security issues and to let its intentions be more transparently known. i think when it comes to business they will be intensified competition as china moves up the value chain. and that means they will be intensified friction. you would expect that. the trading relationship is very large now and it's going to be much larger 10 years from now. and i think that chinese and americans will continue to share one common feature, and that is being pragmatic, being extremely practical, and that will hopefully form a foundation for a strong underlying relationship as these tensions are managed
including employment or voting and denied access of public benefits. indiana allows officers to check the status of anyone suspected in being involved in an aggravated felony and south carolina allow police to check immigration status during routine traffic stops. we have an exclusive look from a letter from a group of business lead towards congressional super committee. they are putting pressure on the committee to cut the federal debt by far more than the $1.5 trillion mandated by congress. ed henry broke the story. >> reporter: it's about 150 business groups coming together led by heavyweights by the u.s. chamber of commerce, the national association of manufacturers urging the super committee on capitol hill which has been slow to act, and they are saying go big, go much further than the $1.2 to $1.5 trillion. they do not put a number on it in this letter. but i'm told by a senior official close to these groups that they are urging the super committee to come up with $4 trillion in deficit cuts. it's much further than anyone necessary town is talking about right now and it would m
in gary, indiana. there were not many american educated doctors who were where it -- who were willing to work in gary, indiana in the late 1970's. the economy was collapsing and it was a very poor and crime- ridden area. employer contributions, then and now, they are disproportionate for foreign doctors. u.s.-born doctors will not go there. different studies -- let me remarks briefly on immigration and economic growth. when it comes to high skilled immigration, there really is consensus among labor economists on the benefits of high skilled immigration could there probably is not with regard -- skilled immigration. there probably is not with regard to lower skilled immigration. in terms of fiscal effect coming terms of high skills contributed vs. what they use in public services, they actually pay off over their lifetime over $100,000 in net benefits to u.s. taxpayers in terms of what they contribute more vs. what they use up in services. on competitiveness, we first mentioned higher productivity. but there is another aspect, which is even more compelling. it is not just a one time ch
that have been considered or passed in those states. utah, georgia, indiana, south dakota, the reporter talked to experts saying federal an invention is highly unusual. can you -- federal intervention is highly unusual. can you talk about this and do you consider this an extraordinary step? are you tacitly considering taking court action? >> i will have to refer you to the department of justice. not as a dodge, but i think they have a better answer to this. >> the president said yesterday at the end of a roundtable forum, -- let me quote him accurately -- you do not want 50 states with 50 different laws. >> that has certainly been his position and he has said that on numerous occasions. federal law is federal law for a reason when it comes to immigration. i have not heard him say anything more than that in regard to your first question. you might get better direction from the department of justice in terms of what actions and involvement we might have legally. >> [inaudible] >> not that i have heard him give. but if he has, a justice would know about it. >> picking up on the europe ques
in a new series "the contenders." live from his home in indiana, friday at 8:00 p.m. eastern. get a preview of about him and other videos at a special web site, c-span.org/thecontenders. >> you should always start with the assumption that when a politician or a ceo is saying something, they are not telling you the truth. they may be telling you the truth, but the burden should be on them to prove it. >> and eagle scout, held a brief standard as editor of "mother jones" and produced three of the top 10 grossing documentaries of all time and also a best-selling author. his latest is a memoir, "here comes trouble." your chance to call, email, or tweet michael moore live on book tv on c-span2. >> in his state of the union address, european commission president jose manuel barroso talk in depth about the eurozone financial crisis, outlining short and long term goals to promote growth and stability. some of those include taxing financial transactions and the ability to buy government bonds from the eurozone bailout fund. greece is the latest country in the 17-member eurozone seeking a financial a
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